AGA Parts specializes in supplying spare parts for American heavy machinery brands. In addition to genuine spare parts and certified aftermarket for CAT, John Deere, Cummins, Case, New Holland, and Bobcat, we trade in Link-Belt parts. The spare parts have to be made to order. Our online catalog contains the following items, among others:
- Hydraulic system components;
- Valve group components;
- Bearing assemblies;
- Drive gear spare parts;
- Sensors and controllers;
- Rigging equipment;
- Suspension components;
- Braking system spare parts.
Please use the auto search function to quickly find the required Link-Belt spare part. Simply enter the part number in the search box at the AGA parts website and you will see the search results on your screen within a few seconds. Now you can add the required item to the cart and place an online order.
Please inquire about the current prices by requesting a price quote. All you have to do is indicate the following;
The part number and the quantity of the parts required;
The delivery address;
Your contact information (telephone number and email address).
AGA Parts managers will prepare a price quote for you. We will inform you about the total cost of the order by email. Please do not hesitate to contact us and discuss the following issues with our specialists:
- The terms of spare parts delivery to your region;
- The logistics, the transportation options;
- The total contract price that includes the prices of the spare parts and the costs of delivery.
AGA Parts ships spare parts to 140 countries of the world. We accept price quote requests and online orders around-the-clock. We offer the following advantages to our clients:
- Competitive prices for high-quality spare parts for heavy machines;
- An opportunity to purchase genuine spare parts from us and certified aftermarket;
- Timely delivery of the spare parts to your region;
- Efficient client support.
As soon as we come to an agreement with you about the terms and conditions, we will prepare the parts for shipment and draw up the shipping documents.
A brief history of Link-Belt
A leading American manufacturer of heavy machinery, Link-Belt makes self-powered boom cranes with the lifting capacity of up to 300 tons. The company also manufactures the rigging equipment for the cranes as well as spare parts for the hydraulic system, the suspension, and the drive gear. Before 1998, Link-Belt had a division that manufactured excavators.
The history of Link-Belt began in 1880 when Link-Belt Machinery started manufacturing conveyor belts for agricultural and industrial needs. However, the idea originated in 1874 when William Dana Ewart designed a chain belt with replaceable links. The innovation greatly improved the servicing of steam harvesters: the links could now be replaced right in the field. William Ewart obtained a patent for his invention and resolved to use it in combine harvesters, cranes, and other types of machines.
In 1890, Link-Belt Machinery Company and Link-Belt Engineering Company established by Ewart started manufacturing clamshell-type steam-powered cranes. These machines served as prototypes for the contemporary machinery manufactured by Link-Belt.
In the 1920s, the company manufactured loading and unloading equipment and railway cranes. In 1936, Link-Belt presented a hydraulic control system called Speed-O-Matic. The system set the standard in clamshell-type crane manufacturing. In 1962, Link-Belt went into cooperation with Sumitomo Company, Japan. In 1998, the company was reorganized and a new independent company by the name of LBX Company LLC was started. Today, this company manufactures excavators under the brand name of Link-Belt.